A Comedy of Murders by George Herman

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Set in 1498, this historical whodunnit stars the unlikely duo of amateur sleuths, Leonardo da Vinci and a young dwarf. When the court of the Duke of Milan is threatened by plots and corruption, the body count rises, and Leo and his buddy must untangle the mess before they, too, become victims. The wittiest historical mystery in many years.
 

About George Herman

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Herman holds a Bachelor of Philosophy degree, and a Master of Fine Arts. He has been a professional stage and screen actor and director and for 16 years was a resident of Hawaii where he served as a drama critic for the Honolulu Advertiser.
 
Published February 12, 2013 by Carroll & Graf. 381 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Herman (Carnival of Saints, 1994) returns to Renaissance Italy for a bout with murder and mystery in the court of Il Moro, Duke of Milan.

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Herman (Carnival of Saints, 1994) returns to Renaissance Italy for a bout with murder and mystery in the court of Il Moro, Duke of Milan.

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